Aims and scope

The mission of the Art Studies and Architectural Journal is to promote excellence about recent developments in research and in higher education worldwide.

The subject areas of ASA Journal include, but are not limited to the following fields:
  • Organic Architecture
  • Architectural Theory
  • Architectural Drawing
  • Architectural Styles
  • Vernacular Architecture
  • Body Art
  • Carpet Art
  • Cinema
  • Conservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings
  • Conservation and Restoration of Monuments
  • Urban Design
  • Landscape Design
  • Industrial Design
  • Interior Design
  • Traditional Arts
  • Traditional and Modern Music Studies
  • Photography Art
  • Painting Art
  • Sculpture Art
  • Strings Museum
  • Graphic Design
  • Visual Arts
  • Arts Education
  • Art History Studies
  • Writing Arts
  • Art Critique
  • And Others...




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Once your manuscript has been submitted to this journal, you can track its progress by viewing your submission in the Online Journal Tracking System (OJTS).


The editorial board of Art Studies and Architectural Journal (ASAJ) that has an active role in screening submissions, assigning peer-reviewers, and guiding manuscripts through the peer-review process have been listed in this section.

To see full details of the Art Studies and Architectural Journal (ASAJ)'s Aims & Scope, please click on this link.

The process of peer review involves an exchange between a journal editor and a team of reviewers, also known as referees. A simple schematic of OASP's Peer-Review process has been shown in this section.